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This depends on your threat model. If you are not a high-value target, then you don't have that much to worry about. Of course, the best way to prevent someone gathering incriminating evidence on you is to prevent that evidence from being created in the first place. If you have any reason to believe that someone is wiretapping you, don't have any electronic ...


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I agree with Steffen Ullrich's answer - blacklisting leaves too many holes, and it will only be a matter of time until you encounter an unexpected "Gotcha". This is true in general for security, as proper defense in depth should start from the perspective of least privilege. Rather than asking "What shouldn't the user do?" it's much safer to ask "What ...


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